Celebrating the diversity of cuisines in Britain


Caribbean/Cajun Cuisines

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Top Caribbean Restaurants in London

Mango Room London NW1, Cottons London EC1, Cottons London NW1, Bamboula London SW2, The Rum Kitchen London W11, Coco Bamboo London NW1, Bubbas London SE27, Veranda London SW2, Caribbean Scene London E16, Chef Collin Brown, London E14, Jerk City London W1, The Maroons London E1.

Caribbean/African cuisine is another of those international cuisines that threatens to be the next big thing but never quite makes it possibly due to the lack of a large enough body of restaurants. Sales of Caribbean food in Uk are now worth £77 million and growing at 20% a year as it is featured prominently in more and more supermarkets and food outlets. Trip Advisor now list 78 Caribbean restaurants in London.

Dishes to try

Car ibbean cuisine is so exciting because it reflects the individual taste of the many islands in the region and several different cultures. From Antigua comes Fungee & pepperpot, from Bahamas Crack Conch Peas & Rice, From Barbados Coucou & Flying Fish, from Cuba Ropa Vioja, from Dominica Mountain Chicken, from Dominican Republic Sancocho, from Haiti Griots with Rice & Beans, from Jamaica Ackee & Salt Fish, from Puerto Rico Arroz con Gandulez and Pernil, from Trinidad & Tobago Crab & Calaloo, not to forget the areas most popular spicy jerk.


Top Cajun restaurants in London

Sauce a Part London E8, Circus London WC2, Cafe Emm London W1, Prohibition Bar & Grill London E1, Applebee's Fish Shop & Cafe London SE1, Mississippi Fried Chicken London N1, Skipjacks Harrow, Global Fusion London SE1, Jazz after Dark London W1

Southern Louisiana is the birthplace of both Cajun and Creole cuisine. More people are getting to appreciate the flavours of the food from Cajun Cod, Crawfish Etoufee, Jambalaya, Cajun Port Roast to Blackened Chicken and Cajun Sea Bass. The main reason it has not taken off in UK is generally lack of knowledge with a small restaurant base and limited supermarket support but its day will come.

Organiser : Peter Grove
(in conjunction with The Federation of Specialist Restaurants)

P.O. Box 416 Surbiton Surrey KT1 9BJ Tel : 020 8399 4831
email : groveint@aol.com